Have you been considering joining a house church? Let us help you! Andy Hogue offers some wise and witty reasons why you might want to reconsider the switch.
How exactly does liturgy form us, and how might the adoption of the Christian calendar help disciple us in the image of Christ? Watch this video interview with Marty Reardon as he explains a critical element of worship design.
Christian worship should seek to bring us into a formative encounter with the Holy Trinity, and to ensure that this happens, we ought to occasionally reflect on the faithfulness of our worship to biblical revelation. In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Lester Ruth offers some provocative advice pastors and worship designers.
Worship pastor Drew Causey shares 5 of his favorite modern hymn artists and arrangements, arguing that the depth of writing in the hymnody of the Church is something people love (and desire), and when style of music can become a means to this end, the Church only benefits.
Should we have kids programs at church? How about special programs for youth? In today's interview, Catherine Stonehouse discusses the possible negative side effects on the church's health and spirituality.
Would you worship during a funeral? Jonathan Powers shares why worship is important, even at the most solemn of services.
Worship teams can be so much more than a group of musicians who practice their music together. Patrick Bourckel shares how you can help your worship team also be a band of Christians who follow after God together.
We are seeing a resurgence in the use of visual arts in worship. Shannon Sigler shares some tips for incorporating it into your service.
Most musicians would claim to write music that is for the soul—but what might it mean for a Christian artist who aims to specifically heal wounds, restore persons, and offer peace through their music? Read today's interview with Steven Siler about his music ministry for hurting people.
In this weeks' Saturday Post, J.D. Walt explores one of the biblical texts for the week and comes out with a challenging word for worship designers and leaders.